Can you just recommend me good-to-use video merger software that can help me merge two videos of the same view recorded by two separate cameras? Ah, one of them is .tod video and one is .mts. Many thanks!!!
Actually, there're piles of video merger/joiner software in the market. But once you do your search well, you'll find that many have their limits, e.g the video merger can just combine MP4/AVI/FLV or so mainstream video files, or it can only merges videos of the same format, which means you should convert your video in advance. So time-consuming and troublesome! To pull you of this situation, we here will have you get the hang of merging videos into a continuous one, regardless of file types, at blisteringly speed without any degradation of quality at all.
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After downloading and installing WinX Free Video Merger on your Windows pc, let's launch it to walk through below detailed steps.
Step 1. Place the source videos you wanna merge together in a folder, select and drag them into the software interface. Alternatively, you can go to video panel and click "+ Video" button to browse and input them.
Step 2. After the quick loading, navigate to the section of Toolbox at the bottom and click the first "Merge" icon.
Step 3 (Optional). You're enabled to rename video by double clicking its title, cut each video by setting start and end time after clicking "Option (codec)" button, and change the video order by tapping small triangle icon right below Option.
Note that WinXVideo Free merges all video imported into an H.264 MP4 file by default, maintaining the same name of the top video. Therefore if any source video is not the right format, it will do the transcoding task in advance.
To combine a couple of videos into non-MP4 formats like MKV, AVI and MOV, please check set the target format beforehand and then tick "Merge" option right below video preview box.
Step 4. When everything is done, hit RUN icon to begin merging videos.
All in one: a fast video/audio/DVD converter, a video editor, a video compressor, a video recorder, and YouTube video downloader. It helps cut, crop, merge, adjust, and process (4K) videos with Full Hardware Acceleration.
Note: The free (not free trial) version of VideoProc will come soon.
Also read: Two Easy Ways to Split Video in MP4, MKV, AVI etc.
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